Developing dark circles under the eyes is not necessarily age related. In fact, there are multiple reasons why people develop dark circles, including genetics, lack of sleep, chronic rubbing and exposure to UV rays.
But thanks to advancements in modern science and technology, there are a number of clinical methods and products that can diminish these dark circles, including filler injections, eye creams, laser treatments in Jodhpur and radiofrequency, as well as surgery that involves the removal of fat from the lower eyelid.
This article explores the best clinical treatments and creams for dark under-eye circles that experts recommend. We also discuss the causes of dark circles, as well as preventive measures that can help diminish this look.
We’ve gathered input from a number of professionals, including a board certified dermatologist who is also a laser specialist, an assistant professor of clinical dermatology at a world-renowned academic medical center, and two Medical Doctors with plastic surgery practices in Southern California.
Let’s begin by introducing Dr. Yuly Gorodisky, owner of the West Coast Plastic Surgery Center in Southern California who is board-certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery. According to Dr. Gorodisky, some people develop dark circles under their eyes before they hit their teenage years, while others develop dark circles as they get older.
One of the most popular medical treatments for under-eye wrinkles is laser resurfacing. It involves a laser beam that tears down the epidermis and causes new collagen to grow in the next layer of skin. This procedure can be done on an out-patient basis. Laser treatment works best for minor damage to the outer layer of the skin. Immediately after the procedure, the skin is likely to be pink and sensitive, but with proper care prescribed by the administering doctor, the results will be a more youthful appearance.
One of the most popular medical treatments for under-eye wrinkles is laser resurfacing.
Laser treatment works best for minor damage to the outer layer of the skin.